1985 O’Day 35

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CLASSIC FRESHWATER CRUISER

Year: 1985
Length: 35′
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Located In: LAKE CITY, MN
Hull Material: Fiberglass
YW#: 72111-2780092

This FRESHWATER O’Day 35 is from O’Day’s hey-day of build quality and value. The 35 provides solid cruising performance and accommodations that rival many 40 footers. She’s also one of O’Day’s family-friendly designs with her integrated swim platform. The sugar scoop transom allows easy access for swimmers or getting on from the dinghy.

A highly recommended, efficiently operated boat for your sailing dreams!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
PEACEQUILITY

Specs
Builder: O’DAY CORP.
Designer: Raymond Hunt
Keel: Bulb
Hull Shape: Displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 3 in
LWL: 28 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 7 in
Displacement: 11500 lbs
Ballast: 4600 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 26 HP

Engine Brand: UNIVERSAL
Year Built: 1985
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 26 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (30 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (15 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of heads: 1

Electronics
Log-speedometer
Compass
Navigation center
VHF
CD player
Depthsounder
Autopilot
Wind speed and direction

Sails
Furling genoa
Battened mainsail
Spinnaker

Rigging
Steering wheel

Inside Equipment
Hot water
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger
Oven
Marine head
Electric bilge pump

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet

Outside Equipment/Extras
Swimming ladder

Covers
Spray hood

PUBLISHED COMMENTS FROM NAVAL ARCHT./SURVEYOR JACK HORNOR FOR BOAT US. JACK H

O’Day built boats designed for the average sailor for 33 years. Designed by C. Raymond Hunt & Associates and introduced into the O’Day line in 1981, the O’Day 34/35 was one of the more successful cruising designs built by O’Day.

Hull construction is a solid laminate of fiberglass and plastic resin and seldom are there any significant problems found

Decks, like those aboard most boats built after 1970, are constructed with a balsa wood core to keep the structure light yet strong and rigid. This construction method has proven over the years to be strong and long lasting

There is an interior fiberglass hull liner that forms the lockers, seats and berths as well as well as a considerable part of the support of the hull shell.

As it was originally intended to do, the O’Day 34/35 still offers contemporary styling, spacious accommodations and good sailing performance at a reasonable price.

ACCOMODATIONS

Sleeps six.

Forward cabin is double V-berth with filler and 6’ 6” sleeping length. Bin storage is underneath each. Berth-length storage shelves port and starboard. Aft of berth are three generous storage drawers. Aft of drawers is hanging locker.

Opposite hanging locker is enclosed head with manual W.C. plumbed directly to holding tank, vanity and sink with storage underneath, pressurized hot and cold running water and shower. Additional storage outboard of vanity and head.

Next aft is the main cabin, with settees port and starboard. (6’ 4” sleeping length). Bin storage (along with water tanks) underneath each settee. Port settee pulls out to form double berth. Sliding door storage compartments and shelves above the P&S settees. Dining table is permanently mounted between settees and has two leaves can seat six for meals. Additional stowage in center of dining table.

Aft to port is the galley, extends back to companionway opening. Opposite galley is the Nav Station and generous pantry cabinet just forward of Nav desk. Aft of Nav station is the quarter berth (the sixth) with 6’ 4” sleeping length.

Sole is teak and holly, and woodwork in the cabins is in excellent shape.

GALLEY

U-Shaped galley
Gimbaled two-burner propane stove with oven.
Stainless steel double sink with hot and cold pressurized water.
Two 5 lb propane tanks are installed in lockers in aft cockpit.
Remote solenoid operated propane safety shutoff valve is operated from galley.
Two ice boxes, .
Generous storage spaces in all three areas of the galley.
Well-lit.

EXTENSIVE SAILS AND RIGGING

SPINNAKER #1 0.5 OZ (RUNNER)
SPINNAKER #2 0.75 OZ (REACHER)
SPINNAKER #3 0.75 OZ (RUNNER)
#1 150% GENOA
#2 135% JIBS
#3 100% STORM JIB
6 HARKEN SELF TAILING WINCHES
2 BARLOW WINCHES
BACKSTAY ADJUSTER
SPINNAKER POLE
WHISKER POLE

ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL

DATAMARINE KNOTMETER
DATAMARINE DEPTH SOUNDER
DATAMARINE WIND INSTRUMENT
AUTOPILOT 4000
KVH SAIL COMP DIGITAL COMPASS
VHF RADIO
CD PLAYER
ELECTRICAL INCLUDES 110AC AND 12VOLT DC SYSTEMS
XANTREX BATTERY CHARGER
BATTERY PARALLEL SWITCH
2 AGM BATTERIES
SHOREPOWER CORD

HULL AND DECK

White gel coat topsides, blue boot top and cove stripe. Cleaned and waxed each season.
Solid glass hull
Balsa cored deck
Molded interior liner
Bottom has been periodically maintained
Swim platform and ladder on transom
Stainless steel bow and stern rails. Stainless steel double (sheathed) life lines with gates both port and starboard.
Two fixed ports in aft section of cabin, six opening ports forward of these. Two opening hatches. Hatches and opening ports equipped with screens.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.